2 edition of press album. Published in aid of the Journalists" Orphan Fund. found in the catalog.
press album. Published in aid of the Journalists" Orphan Fund.
|Statement||Edited by Thos. Catling.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 224, xxxvi p. (xxxvi p. at end advertisements)|
|Number of Pages||224|
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Get this from a library. The press album: published in aid of the Journalists' Orphan Fund. [Thomas Catling;]. The Press Album Published in Aid of the Journalists' Orphan Fund. CATLING, Thos. (Edited by) (Contributions by Alfred Noyes; Marie Corelli; Sir Arthur ConanDoyle; Katharine Tynan; Jerome ; Eden Philpotts; John Galsworthy; ).
The following year, inThe Press Album was published to aid the Journalists’ Orphan Fund, and as he had done the previous year, Conan Doyle stepped forward with a contri-bution. The book, edited by Thomas Catling and published by John Murray, has an introductory note which gives the history of the Fund.
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Book-length manuscripts only. Submit a manuscript of pages with an entry fee of $45 no later than October The Press Album. Edited By Thomas Catling. (john Murray. not.)—This volume is published "in aid of the Journalists' Orphan Fund." The fund has been in existence for seventeen years.
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